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LSL m-Blaze EDGE Black, sold singly, left/right fittingsOUT OF STOCK

#720MGBELSW

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The m.blaze edge by motogadget is a 3in1 bolt-on turn signal in a visionary design. It's a turn signal, rear light and brake light in one housing.

Using the motogadget TranzLight® Technology the light of the power LEDs is precisely controlled and emitted. The exclusively developed IntensiLED® System provides the highest and constant light intensity.

The m.blaze edge has an E-mark as rear turn signal, as rear light and brake light. The turn signal can be installed like any other LED turn signal with power resistors. M8 thread. 55g.


720MGBELSW - LSL m-Blaze EDGE Black, sold singly, left/right fittings

QUICK FACTS

head width

54

mm

head height

20

mm

length

92

mm


LSL are a German company founded by Jochen Schmitz Linkweiler, who since the mid 1980’s has been building and developing special motorcycles and parts.

Operating from their purpose built workshop in Krefeld just to the Northwest of Düsseldorf, LSL design, test and produce a huge range of high quality precision made technical hard parts including superbike conversion kits, handle bars, brake levers, crash protectors and foot controls.

There is a huge range of other bespoke bike-specific parts of other types too, incorporating an exclusive collection of parts for the special retro-bike builder including fenders, seats, lighting, grips controls, exhausts etc.

In addition to producing parts for end-users to customize their machines, LSL for two decades have been engineering and building bespoke complete special bikes. In 2005, the company was able to secure the brand name "Clubman" for its retro-classic projects.

With the huge growth in the retro motorcycle market, having been pioneers and innovators in this sector for years before it became popular and mainstream, LSL are perfectly placed to supply the parts needed for a special build.